SharePoint Saturday Honolulu 2012

I just got back from SharePoint Saturday Friday #SPSHNL and must say it was an excellent SPS event. I want to thank the organizers, sponsors and most importantly the attendees for another excellent day fill will all things SharePoint. Once again PixelMill was proud to be a sponsor for this SPS, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year, or sooner maybe?
Thank you also to everyone who attended either or both of my sessions, “Beyond Branding SharePoint – SharePoint and Today’s Web” and its followup, “Enhancing SharePoint with Responsive Web Design”. A special thanks to those of you that had to sit on the ground or stand through my second talk. It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to share my knowledge of SharePoint and Responsive Design to packed rooms. I hope you found both to be educational as well as entertaining. As promised I have posted my slidedeck to, you can view them from at your leisure.

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